Force Modernization Proponent Leaders

The force modernization proponent is the HQDA principal official or the commander, commandant, director, or chief of a center, school, institution, or agency with primary duties and responsibilities relative to DOTMLPF–P requirements for a particular function. When a Center of Excellence (CoE) commander is designated the force modernization proponent for a particular function (for example, sustainment, fires, maneuver, and maneuver support) that designation may encompass duties and responsibilities for multiple functional areas and branches. AR 5-22

Commanding General
Intelligence Center of Excellence and Fort Huachuca
MG Robert P. Walters, Jr.
Commanding General
Maneuver Center of Excellence and Fort Benning
MG Eric J. Wesley
Commanding General
Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker
MG William K. Gayler
Commanding General
Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon
MG John B. Morrison, Jr.

Commanding General
Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood
MG Kent D. Savre
Commanding General
Fires Center of Excellence and Fort Sill
MG Brian J. McKiernan
Commanding General
Combined Arms Support Command Sustainment Center of Excellence and Fort Lee
MG Paul C. Hurley Jr.
Director
Mission Command Center of Excellence
BG James J. Mingus

AR 5-22 Responsibilities:
(1) Execute force management responsibilities (concepts development, capabilities determination, and capabilities integration) relative to DOTMLPF–P for their particular function or branch.
(2) Ensure DOTMLPF–P actions are coordinated with ACOMs, ASCCs, DRUs, FOAs, the HQDA staff, and others, as required.
(3) Ensure coordination of DOTMLPF–P proposals with Director, ARCIC prior to submission to HQDA.
(4) Participate in the Army Lessons Learned Program.